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  1. Sounds like a good excuse to get a wood fired pizza oven. You can't have just one grill. LOL!
  2. Think I would go for a wood handle rather than metal. Metal may get toastier than you can grab without gloves.
  3. I use regular Kingsford and have no problem relighting used briquettes.
  4. My wife and I questioned a store employee about the empty shelves and were told that the distribution centers and truckers have been affected by the Covid-19 which has caused a slowdown in deliveries of stock.
  5. Check out this thread...
  6. We tried this on a jar of store bought pickles and freaked out the grand kids. LOL! https://www.seriouseats.com/2013/04/how-to-make-koolickles-kool-aid-pickles-memphis-tennessee.html?ref=excerpt_readmore I think I used unsweetened Kool-Aid and didn't add the sugar so the pickles tasted normal. The recipe calls for sugar to be added - your call. Lots of fun.
  7. I was at our local Costco a few days ago and saw a stack of El Diablo Mesquite lump in 40# bags for ~$13.00 - $14.00 per bag. It appeared to be about 2 pallets worth. I'll have to stop back and load up as I use it all the time. Edit: I noticed that over July 4th and Memorial Day there were few ads for Kingsford charcoal. The big box stores usually sell two 18# bags for about $10 but this year, the prices were higher and not the bargain I usually see for these weekends.
  8. Put it in an aluminum pan, cover it with foil, add a little liquid like apple juice then into the oven at 225 to 250 to finish the cook. If you need to hold it, drop the oven temp to 175 - 200 till you're ready to eat.
  9. I wasn't aware that he soaked the first stump in kerosene. I thought he did it to the second one only. If he did soak both in kerosene then I agree, grilling over it is not a good idea.
  10. Don't let a good fire like that go to waste. Put a grate over the top of the pipe and throw a couple of 'Burgs or Brats on it or maybe a steak and enjoy.
  11. Welcome to the forum. Lots of friendly and knowledgeable folks here who are willing to share ideas.
  12. WOW! Nice job on the rock painting. Those will definitely add some color to your garden.
  13. That looks like the charcoal that Richard Johnson used to import and sell. I believe that it was from compressed coconut shells. It took a bit of effort to light, burned long and hot and produced a very mild / neutral smoke. If that is what it is, I did use it years ago when it was available. It worked fine, didn't leave much ash and was not too pricey if bought as a "group buy". Edit: Just thought of this... Here is a link to the Naked Whiz site with info on the charcoal. The stuff I used was the shorter, older version of the charcoal. http://www.nakedwhiz.com/lumpdatabase/lumpbag62.htm
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